Gilberto Dorantes says he’s an entrepreneur who comes from a family of like-minded business people. “My father, my grandfather and great-grandfather owned their businesses and were successful,” he says. ËL#›jxuh#zk|#qrw#phBÈ
What do a shortage of teachers and daycare providers have in common? The USD 466 (Scott County) board of education is hoping that solving one problem can help solve the
Scott County businesses and non-profit organizations are sharing in the distribution of a quarter million dollars in grants which were made available through the Strengthening People and Revitalizing Kansas (SPARK) program.
It’s the same song, second verse . . . or maybe the third verse by now as the Scott City Council again approved participation in the Kansas Police and Firemen’s (KP&F) Retirement System on a split vote.
Persons whose last name begins with the letter S are reminded that license tags must be purchased by Fri., Oct. 30, to avoid a penalty.